From South LA to the San Fernando Valley, parents and teachers are battling with the LA Unified School District over where to locate charter schools. A law passed by the voters says charters are entitled to equal treatment with traditional schools—but a plan to share campus space has created an angry backlash. On Reporter’s Notebook, an East LA High School where every student graduates and goes on to college.
Will LA Unified Make Room for Charter Schools?
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Charter Schools Chart a Course onto LAUSD Campuses
Eight years ago, California voters approved Proposition 39 which lowered the majority needed to pass bonds for school construction. It also required that public school...